No Wealth but Life: Welfare Economics and the Welfare State

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Appropriate services are also needed for people who, because of the severity of their disability, are in need of permanent care. Medical Coverage: In most cases, each member of the family getting CalWORKs will also qualify for Medi-Cal which will pay for most medical costs. When compared to the crisis era of the 1990s, the present looks rosier than if the reference point is the pre-crisis era, because unemployment is lower and some benefit cuts have been partly (though rarely fully) restored.

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press (July 6, 2010)

ISBN: 0511750641

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